This week on Full Frame, a look at the ugly side of sports, from racism and hate in football to injuries that are not yet fully understood and gender-bias and inequality in all facets of the sports world.
When a natural disaster or armed conflict hits a region, the tragedy and those affected by it, become the world’s focus. But then, the spotlight dims, news cameras stop rolling and all that attention fades away, even though the struggles are far from over.
This week on Full Frame, we talk with those who are breaking barriers, and taboos, in the world of arts and culture…from embracing creative expression to building awareness around issues people just doesn’t want to talk about.
Scientist Jill Farrant, research chair in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, talks about her research on drought-tolerant crops called “resurrection plants.”
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